5 questions for Nóirín O'Sullivan
Already weakened following a series of crises, the Garda Commissioner now finds herself having to explain why she ignored warnings of financial irregularities at the Garda training college
The accounting fiasco at the Garda training college in Templemore provided the backdrop of yet another bruising week for Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan.
In a shapeshifting saga of a secret “slush fund”, a web of unauthorised bank accounts and allegations of a cover-up, the Garda chief has been put in the unenviable position of having to explain why she ignored legal advice to alert the Tánaiste and Minister for...
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